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CHILD CARE

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The childcare grant program helps rural providers with funding during hard times.
Nominations are in and you can vote through Oct. 9
Participants are welcome to share their stories about how the shortage of accessible, affordable and quality child care affects them.
Gov. Doug Burgum says one of the biggest challenges in getting this policy passed may be the age of many of the state's elected leaders. "The state's average age is 35," he said on this episode of Plain Talk. "That is not the average age of the Legislature."
Doug Burgum's latest legislative proposal aims to help increase the availability and affordability of child care in North Dakota.
Serenity Kids will be housed at Serenity Assisted Living

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Nominations open now! Voting takes place Sept. 19 through Oct. 9
Across many rural parts of the state, most counties rely on a mix of small licensed home care catering to a handful of children, group care in a home or facility or, if they’re lucky, a larger child care center. Profits are minimal at best. They agree that more training and higher pay are needed to keep caregivers working.
It will be "something different from what you usually see from our administration," Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford said on this issue of Plain Talk.

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